1. Here comes accountability: Pay a visit to Coronado Fitness Club today for an all-day fitness fair known as “Your Resolution Solution.” Go for a group run, learn about nutrition and finding the right workout shoes, do some yoga, zumba and suspension training. The day starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. Be sure to stay for the Lululemon trunk show at 10 a.m. The best part? It’s all free! Now you really have no excuses to not go and get in shape.
2. Women’s classes: Just a reminder for our Jewish community here in Coronado. There is a women’s group that meets every Saturday at 1 p.m. to discuss the Torah. The meeting is at Chabad of Coronado and discussions revolve around relating the Torah to our everyday lives. Got questions about Judaism? Ask them here!
3. Celebrate dancing: Today marks the second day of CoSA’s three-day international dance festival. Visit the school today at 2 p.m. to watch folk dances and flamenco-style performances, or come tonight at 8 p.m. for some Polynesian and Irish-influenced dances. Tickets cost anywhere from $15-$30, and groups of 10 or more are discounted. Click here for the lineup and ticket information.
4. Learn about herbs: Take a walk through a restaurant’s sustainable herb garden today. Loews Coronado Bay Resort offers a walk through their herb garden every Saturday at 3 p.m. Tour the resort’s 3,800 square-foot garden and check out the 65 different varieties of herbs they grow and use in their culinary dishes for only $15. You might be inspired to grow your own herb garden after taking this walk.
5. This day in 1845 … one of the most famous poems was published for all to see. Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” was printed in the New York Evening Mirror. While Patch might “nevermore” be as popular as the dark poem, we did get some of our own New York face time. Patch was recently featured in the New York Times. Click here to check it out.